Horns and antlers have some important things in common.
Cows, goats, and sheep require symbiotic microbes to help digest the plant biomass that they eat, and some of these microbes make methane.
Proboscis monkeys from Borneo and cows do have something in common: They both chew their cuds.
Would you ever eat meat that was grown in a lab? Or, is this food science too out there?
This is one pretty outstanding cow. Besides setting world records, this Wisconsin dairy cow is helping the environment too!
Scientists are investigating alternatives for biodiesel fuel and have turned to butter!
Fungus may not sound too appetizing, but the white fluffy growths are much more nutritious than leaves. We use a similar process with cows.